Iovan Iorgovan

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Iovan Iorgovan[1][2] is a character in Romanian mythology, similar in some ways to Hercules. The legend is present in the Cerna valley of south-western Transylvania. In the legend, Iovan is named "fiu de Ramlean" which can be translated as "son of Rome."

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